Cleric politician calls on Raisi to follow long-term strategic ties with neighbors. A member of the Expediency Council has called on the incoming administration of Ebrahim Raisi to establish long-term strategic ties with neighbors and countries which are not influenced by the United States’ anti-Iran position.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman has once again accused the United States of using a deal on prisoner swap to score political goals.
Iran has insisted that it has reached a deal with the United States and the United Kingdom on a prisoner swap, underlining that it is ready to proceed with the deal as soon as the other sides fulfill their part.
With the Vienna nuclear talks between Iran and world powers hitting a deadlock, diplomatic circles in Washington and Europe are once again being prodded to reflect on the options the U.S. has on the table to deal with Iran.
A day after some Senate leaders emerged from a classified briefing with Secretary of State Tony Blinken offering a pessimistic outlook on the chances of re-entering the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) said that that the deal remains the U.S.’s only viable option for dealing with Iran.
Iranian funds in South Korea are used to settle Tehran’s debts to 40 companies in the country.
President Hassan Rouhani Yesterday said that the country is able to enrich uranium up to 90 percent if it desires.
Iran’s diplomatic mission to the European Union on Monday vehemently responded to recent remarks by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg regarding Iran’s dealing with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) under the nuclear safeguards.
After weeks of talks between P4+1 and Iran in Vienna over the fate of Iran’s nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA, it seems it is approaching its final stage as Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh has claimed.
Some Iranian lawmakers have drafted a motion which seeks to ban Iran’s talks with the United States unless the parliament permits.